Bill Shorten: plans for a modern and progressive Australian Labor Party

From local-labor.org:

IMPORTANT EVENT NOTICE – MELBOURNE LOCAL LABOR MEMBERS URGED TO ATTEND

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During the Federal Labor leadership contest in October last year, the candidates Bill Shorten and Anthony Albanese responded to an extensive Local Labor survey on their commitment to reforming and renewing the Australian Labor Party.

With a platform of “Party. Policy. People”, Bill Shorten ultimately won that contest and now as the Federal Opposition Leader, and leader of the Australian Labor Party will give an important keynote address on his vision and plans for a modern and progressive Australian Labor Party at 1:30pm-3:00pm Monday 7 April.

Please check event details below. Local Labor urges all Melbourne members who are able to show your support to attend.

Per Capita Reform Agenda Series: Modernising Progressive Politics in Australia,

Featuring the Leader of the Opposition, the Hon. Bill Shorten MP and the Hon. Steve Bracks AC, former Premier of Victoria and co-author of the Bracks/Carr/Faulkner Review.

Keynote speech followed by an audience Q & A session.

When:  Monday 7 April 2014

Where: The Wheeler Centre for Books, Writing and Ideas, 176 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Time: 1.30-3.00pm

RSVP: Allison Orr: a.orr@percapita.org.au.

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One Response to Bill Shorten: plans for a modern and progressive Australian Labor Party

  1. Ben Aveling says:

    Due to the sad passing of an immediate member of Bill Shorten’s family, his speech on ALP reform has been postponed. A new time and location will be announced.

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